Funded Projects Gallery
Below you will find a gallery overview of our current Seed and Incubator funded projects.
Seed Funded Projects
Skills for Sustainability
Seed awarded project ‘Skills for Sustainability’ aims to develop and provide an innovative set of skills training for UU students with a unique focus on the characteristics of sustainability issues.
Social Impact Consulting Challenge
This Seed awarded project aims to develop, The Social Impact Consulting Challenge, which is offered to students of the Master Programs, Business & Social Impact and Sustainable Finance and Investments, and provides novel learning opportunities for students to support real-life companies in solving sustainability related problems.
Bridging for Social Impact and Sustainability
This Seed funded project is interwoven around the Master’s programme ‘Organising Social Impact’ (OSI) and aims to make connections to a range of societal actors, bringing together students, academics, community organisers and various organisations through a range of events and guest lectures.
Educational Worldview Journey
This Seed funded project aims to fully develop and pilot a learning experience called the Educational Worldview Journey by using the Worldview perspectives as a basis and through different types of learning methods.
Artist in Residence
This Seed awarded project investigates if a collaboration between academics and artists can yield new perspectives on climate politics. UU and the Jan van Eyck Academy of Fine Arts (Maastricht) enter into a collaboration to understand how low-carbon futures are currently imagined and how this could be done differently.
The Future Generation and the Future
This Seed awarded project aims to consider sustainable futures and do so in a way that connects social science knowledge and natural science knowledge and connects to stakeholders and societal developments by giving voice to the future generation and simultaneously contributing to the practice of ‘futures literacy’ in high schools.
Utrecht Centre for Environmental Humanities
This Seed awarded project aims to enable the further development of the Utrecht Centre for Environmental Humanities (UCEH). This Centre serves as an important centre of expertise in the field of Sustainability research, covering all Humanities disciplines that Utrecht University has on offer.
Saving the climate and being happy – Can we have it all?
This Seed awarded project aims to, in collaboration with the information agency Milieu Centraal, which provides consumers with advice about sustainability, examine if the positive framing of climate communication plays a role in the relation between sustainable behaviour and well-being in the Dutch population.